No, he told the priests to wear undergarments so that when they were up above the people during the performance of their duties, the wind or certain movements couldn't expose them. It was an anti- measure.
That seems silly; the idea is to keep such thoughts out of the minds of the priests, not the people looking at them.
In that context, I considered it an advantage of polymer - that in the future, it may be a native feature of the browsers.
Do you find it likely they will abandon this idea?
(Or maybe my idea that Polymer == WebComponents is wrong?)
Polymer polyfills web components and adds some missing things on top of it, like a working templating language.
Last night we went out of the house for dinner for the first time since starting the process. Unfortunately, we packed the adapter ring that goes on the actual toilets instead of the thing you put on the floor with a bag in it. Cue an over-half-hour battle of wills. A custodian stopped by to check that the kid was okay.
Now the kid insists on the adapter ring. We appear to be done with the mini version.
I have both the adapter ring and a portable one.
For a moment there I thought you were talking about sex toys!
The NSFW is over there
Are you saying there are photos of your sex toys there?
Um, what sex toys?
/me pulls a box marked STUDY AID out from @karla's closet
In the Dangerous Experimentation thread, where people were instructed to be respectful and to try to have a civil conversation, it was interesting to see what actual reasons people gave for their beliefs:
This is exactly the type of feedback I was looking for when I started the thread. It's nice to know that the dangerous experimentation thread wasn't a total waste of time.
In comparison, on Windows, sound just works. It just does.
with pulseaudio on linux i can split my left and right audio channels into two output streams and then duplicate those two mono streams into stereo then send the signal with the two left channels to my left hand monitor and the signal with the two right channels to my right hand monitor. and it Just WorksTM